Good ideas don’t have departments
“Ideas don’t have departments” — Matt Sheley, Global Senior Manager, Customer Experience @ Cook Medical
It’s important to be good at coding if you’re a software engineer.
It’s important to be good at analysis if you’re a data analyst.
It’s important to be good at selling if you’re a sales rep.
Being able to perform well within the context of your role is a basic requirement.
But it’s also normal to take interest in other aspects of your organization and formulate ideas about them.
Any time you think you have a helpful idea, it’s probably worth sharing.
And it would behoove any continuously improving institution to consider good ideas — regardless of where they come from.
Good ideas don’t have departments.